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Bolivia revives indigenous weddings
President Evo Morales, himself an Aymara, delivers on promise to restore traditional ceremonies.
Last Modified: 18 Jul 2011 22:29
Evo Morales, the Bolivian president, is living up to promises made when he was elected, which include giving more power to the country's indigenous majority.

The latest reform has reintroduced the practice of mass weddings, once banned by Spanish colonisers.

Al Jazeera's Craig Mauro reports from La Paz.

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